Adwoa Aboah shot by Rokas Darulis Reblog

ikna:

Vincent Van Gogh, Long Grass With Butterflies, 1890
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ikna:

Vincent Van Gogh, Long Grass With Butterflies, 1890

dssgn:

i don’t think i’ve ever loved a house more than i love this one. it’s absolutely perfect. muntin windows are my favourite.

oh my goddd, i want a house like this so bad.

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annachlumsky:

WE ARE TRULY LIVING IN A GOLDEN AGE
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annachlumsky:

WE ARE TRULY LIVING IN A GOLDEN AGE

Spent today finding out that I’m going to have to get a NY driver’s license in a few weeks and researching doctors in the city who are open on Saturdays

“What are you at nineteen? You’re a blank page. You’re all hopes and dreams and uncertainties. You’re all future and little philosophy.”

— Yann Martel, “The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios”

diamondsummer said: I've lived in NY my whole life, and reading your posts reminds me that I am partially envious of how much fun it must be to come here for the first time and see everything as new! I love NY, but I definitely take its special-ness for granted. Park slope cats will be forever inspiring, though.

I can’t imagine what it’d be like to have grown up in the city. I think you’re quite possibly superhuman just from learning to deal with the intensity of New York as a child, and you’re so lucky to have a strong network here - I can count my friends on my fingers and my nearest family is 9 hours away - which is something I underestimated before moving here. Plus you’ve gotten to experience the greatness of NYC for a lot more time!

But of course, like you said, people always take their hometown for granted. You don’t notice the special traits until you’ve left and miss them.

I’ve spent all weekend planning this wonderful 1-week trip to Sweden for my birthday… too bad I’m not actually going to go

Mattress shopping 0/10 would not recommend